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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 11-27-2009, 04:45 AM Thread Starter
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Guys,

I have lost my side markers and pstion lights next to the headlight. Can anyone tell me if it is a fuse or the blue 10amp relay behind the left side cover. 96 aspencade.

I have checked all th fuses on that side and all look good.



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Did you try swapping the relay with another one to see if the lights come back?

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No. I couldn't see one that was keyed the same. I will check all the other relays near it to se if I can find one similar.

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The fuse would be the blue(15amp)fuse, the fourth one up from the bottom. The relay is the center right one in the relay box, that is the only 10 amp relay and not interchangeable. Relays don't go bad to often, you can check it with a ohmmeter.

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Thanks for the reply. I found my problem. The 15 amp fuse looked good but was if fact blown. All is now good.

I was fitting a headlight cut out switch from electricalconnection.com and blow the fuse while hooking up a switch.

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